The following images are from the Gun reunion show in Hammond, Indiana on March 16, 2013. Photographs were taken by Laura and Amanda.
A couple of my friends have recently moved closer to the town I reside in and the weather is becoming agreeable enough to take lengthy bike rides. Last Christmas, an aunt of mine gave me a cyclocomputer for my bike and I attached it to my Schwinn Varsity before making the trek to Amanda and Ryan’s place. The distance was just over six miles and it felt fantastic to be back on a bicycle with a place to go to. Topping about seventeen miles per hour on straight stretches of road on the way to their apartment, I can only wonder what my top speeds were last summer when I was regularly biking about fourteen miles every day. I’m pretty excited to be able to keep track of my progress from here on out.
These pictures are from GUN‘s first show back from hiatus in Indianapolis at the Sinking Ship. It was a pretty tame event compared to their shows in the past (like their Last Show) but still enjoyable. Tonight is their first show back at home, in The Region, and I’ll be fully loaded with cameras to capture every moment of chaos that will inevitably ensue.
A fresh snowfall and the frigidity of winter always feels extraterrestrial to me, especially in the middle of the night. I already associate existing during nocturnal hours as fairly extraterrestrial and otherworldly, so you can imagine how much more severe these feelings are when surrounded by untouched, unforgiving snow and ice.
details: T-rex t-shirt: garage sale, cardigan: exchanged birthday gift via Mom via Target, jeans: thrifted, boots: Doc Martens, zip up hoodie: gifted via Amanda, leather jacket: gifted via Anna, scarf: gifted via Mom, jewelry: all thrifted